Watch a new music video from Fit For A King—plus, don’t miss Sevendust on tour. Check out the news you might have missed today below!

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  1. Erra premiere fiery new song

Serving as the second single from their upcoming album Neon, “Breach” has finally arrived. With catchy riffs and a breakdown with enough muscle and heaviness that could kill ya, Erra’s newest song is available for download here. You can preorder Neon here.

  1. Sevendust announce U.K. tour
After seven long years, Sevendust are set to embark on a U.K. tour this winter with All That Remains. The tour will also offer meet-and-greets. You can see a full list of dates below. Tickets for the tour will be available this Friday (July 13) here.
Tour dates:
12/01 — Southampton @ Engine Rooms
12/02 — London @ Electric Brixton
12/04 — Manchester @ Academy 2
12/05 — Glasgow @ Garage
12/06 — Nottingham @ Rock City
12/07 — Brostol @ SWX
  1. Fit For A King drop new video for “The Price Of Agony”

Featuring imagery of fire and protest sentiments, Fit For A King’s song “The Price Of Agony” got a brand-new music video. From their upcoming LP Dark Skies “The Price of Agony’’ has a political rhetoric that serves as a reflection of modern-day government. You can preorder Dark Skies here.

  1. Neverkept release new music video

From their upcoming debut album, Neverkept just dropped a new music video for their song “Vertigo.” With a retro-esque color palette, the video explores the concept of stepping out of your comfort zone, finding adventure and escaping life’s biggest roadblocks.

  1. Save Face drop a new record and partner with the Trevor Project
New Jersey rock band Save Face just released their 14-track album Merci. Epitaph Records announced that they will be matching the sales on Save Face’s newest record and then donating it to the Trevor Project. The Trevor Project focuses on crisis intervention and suicide prevention of LGBT youth. You can download your copy of Mercihere.
  1. Escape the Fate and Slaves announce co-headlining tour
Escape the Fate And Slaves are set to embark on the Beautiful Human Tour, a 31-date tour across North America. The two bands will also be joined by Famous Last Words, Picturesque and Set To Stun. “I can’t wait to share our new record with our fans with a full set. Do not miss this one,” says Escape The Fate vocalist Craig Mabbitt. View the full list of dates below. You can pick up your tickets this Friday (July 13) here.
Tour dates:
09/06 — Las Vegas, NV @ Vinyl at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
09/07 — Ponoma, CA @ The Glasshouse
09/08 — Fresno, CA @ Strummer’s
09/09 — Sacramento, CA @ Holy Diver
09/11 — Salt Lake City, UT @ The Complex
09/12 — Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
09/13 — Merriam, KS @ Aftershock
09/14 — Indianapolis, IN @ Emerson Theater
09/15 — Grand Rapids, MI @ The Stache at Intersection
09/16 — Joilet, IL @ The Forge
09/18 — Columbus, OH @ Skully’s Music Diner
09/19 — Lakewood, OH @ The Foundry
09/20 — Erie, PA @ Basement Transmissions
09/21 — Ottawa, ON @ Mavericks
09/22 — Quebec, QC @ Salle Multi
09/23 — Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall
09/24 — Portland, ME @ Port City Music Hall
09/26 — Hartford, CT @ Webster Underground
09/27 — Virginia Beach, VA @ Shakas Live
09/28 — Jacksonville, NC @ Tarheel Concert Lounge
09/29 — Richmond, VA @ Canal Club
09/30 — Spartansburg, SC @ Ground Zero
10/03 — Orlando, FL @ Soundbar
10/04 — Tampa, FL @ The Orpheum
10/05 — Miami, FL @ The Ground at Club Space
10/06 — Birimingham, AL @ Workplay Theatre
10/07 — Memphis, TN @ Growlers
10/08 — New Orleans, LA @ Parish at the House of Blues
10/10 — Laredo, TX @ Ethos Live
10/11 — El Paso, TX @ Tricky Falls
10/12 — Albuquerque, NM @ El Rey Theatre
10/14 — San Diego,CA @ Soma